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From the expansive Salar de Atacama salt flat in the North, to the vast glacial fields of Patagonia in the South and the dense forest and snow-capped peaks of the Lake District in between, Chile is a country of formidable contrast and beauty. Whether you are looking for some inspiration or know exactly what you would like to see and do, our team of tailor-made experts are at hand to help you create that perfect holiday to Chile in 2017, designed especially for you. Whether it's a love of outdoor adventure, local culture or luxury travel that gets you reaching for your passport, we will create a bespoke itinerary for you that ticks all your boxes.

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The best places to visit on a tailor-made holiday to Chile

If you're a little lost as to where to go in Chile, consider these top attractions from the dizzying heights of the capital city to the otherworldly landscapes of the northern deserts with national parks and mysterious islands to boot.

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Torres del Paine

Decorating much of the tourist literature and postcards on Patagonia are the unusual twisted peaks and unbelievably smooth towers of the Torres del Paine (Towers of Paine). These remarkable granite pillars are perhaps one of the world's most amazing geographical features. Shaped by the forces of glacial ice, these three monolithic towers are the most widely recognised peaks with the summit of Paine Grande and the dark spires of Los Cuernos (The Horns) looming large in the distance. This forms ...
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Framed by snowcapped Andean mountains on its eastern flank and a range of smaller coastal peaks to the west, the city of Santiago enjoys a remarkably scenic setting in Chile's Central Valley. As the cultural and economic heart of the country, it's the best place to get under the skin of Chile's national identity with a thriving arts scene, superb museums, vibrant theatre and music, and first-rate cuisine. Centred around the busy Plaza de Armas, Santiago's main attractions can easily be by in ...
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Santa Cruz

Located in Chile's Central Valley, a fertile land blanketed in huge orchards and vineyards, the picturesque town of Santa Cruz is a fantastic place to visit classic haciendas and sample some of the world's best wines. This charming, rustic town sits in the centre of one of the country's most renowned wine-making districts and many wineries in the region offer tours and tastings with an excellent selection of restaurants close by. The town itself is home to the Museo de Colchagua displaying a ...
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Located 19km south of the Peruvian border along Chile's northern coastline, the pleasant city of Arica is a popular holiday resort for Chileans and Bolivians. Dubbed the 'City of Everlasting Spring' for its year-round summery weather, the city's beach is blessed with warm waters and excellent surfing conditions. The city of Arica has a long and colourful history, sat as it is at the foot of the Morro cliff - the site of a major victorious battle during the Peruvian War (1879-83). The of is ...
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Easter Island

As one of the most isolated places on Earth, the tiny mass of land that forms Easter Island is home to just 5,000 people and a staggering collection of monumental statues that have a mysterious pull on explorers and travellers alike. Known as moai, the monolithic human figures feature distinctively large and long heads in a minimalist style and average 4 metres in height. They were built by the Rapa Nui people between the years 1250 and 1500 CE and for many experts defy belief - the sheer size, ...
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Puerto Montt

Located close to the misty glacial inlet of Seno de Reloncaví, the busy port city of Puerto Montt is the administrative and commercial capital of Chile's Lake District. It serves as an excellent launchpad for travellers heading south to the Careterra Austral and the city provides all the goods and services a traveller might need. This is not to say that Puerto Montt is completely without its own charms. The attractive local fishing district of Angelmó is packed with small seafood serving of ...
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Puerto Varas

Located on the southern shore of Lago Llanquihue, the charming town of Puerto Varas has long been a popular tourist destination for its surrounding natural beauty and excellent array of outdoor activities. Boasting exquisite views of the perfectly conical Volcán Osorno as well as the jagged, snow-capped peak of Volcán Calbuco, Puerto Varas is the ideal place to base yourself for excursions around the southern region of Chile's Lake District. The attractive town also provides an excellent range ...
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San Pedro de Atacama

Positioned amongst spectacular scenery of desert and altiplano in northern Chile, the small oasis village of San Pedro de Atacama is the tourist centre of the region with a bounty of local attractions to keep travellers busy for days. It's home to the remarkable Museo Arqueológico Gustavo Le Paige where "Miss Chile" resides, the brilliantly preserved remains of a woman seated with her knees as her chest and her black hair hanging thick and long. The museum houses a number more prehistoric as as ...
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Suggested tailormade holiday itineraries for Chile

Whether you want to explore the dry, barren and otherworldly deserts and lagoons of the north or head south to the scenic Lake District for volcanoes and enjoyable drives, we've got a selection of popular touring itineraries to get you started with your holiday planning.

Highlights-of-Bolivia-Itinerary-2-South-AmericaHighlights of Bolivia - 9 days MapTailored To Suit You

Highlights of Bolivia

9 days | FROM USD $5,125

Travel from southern Peru into Bolivia, visit the Bolivian Highlands, colonial Potosi and the incredible salt...

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Atacama & the North

10 Days | FROM USD $5,395

Get off the beaten track in Chile’s northern reaches with this unique adventure through the Atacama Desert....

vines-lakes-volcan-escapes-main-itinerary-private-tours-chileChile and the Lake District - 14 days MapTailored To Suit You

Chile and the Lake District

14 days | FROM USD $5,295

Get behind the wheel for this classic self-drive tour of Chile from vibrant Santiago and its neighbouring to...

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